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firearms because the police can't and won't protect them. the answer is -- i have fbi crime statistics that come out of a year late, 2011, 20-plus percent crime drop in the last nine years. real violent crime because more guns means less crime. britain took the guns 15, 16 years ago. tripling of your overall crime. true we have a higher gun violence level, but overall, those men raped that woman to india to death with an iron rod 15 feet long. you can't ban the iron rods. they didn't do it, the tyrants did it. hitler took the guns, stalin took the guns, chavez took the guns, and i'm here to tell you, 1776 will commence again if you try to take our firearms. it doesn't matter how many lemmings you get on the street begging to have the guns taken. we will not relinquish them. do you understand? that why you're going to fail and the establishment knows no matter how much propaganda, they will rise again when you try to take our gun. my family was at the core on both sides because santa ana came to take the guns at gonzalez, texas. piers, don't try what your ancestors did before. come to a
-life characters, there is an intriguing aspect. one is that thailand has a version of an fbi, federal bureau of investigation, called the special bureau of investigation. in the soap opera, there is a tsi, a similar character, and he is the bad guy. >> the are a lot of parallels that are being drawn. there are a lot of theories as well everyone such theory behind the cancellation is it was ordered by thaksin shinawatra, the former prime minister in exile in dubai and shows he has political influence in thailand. the ruling party has dismissed it. do you buy that theory? >> well, the government has denied it. there has been no evidence to show that they did cantaloupe. this, of course, could ultimately play out in some way. that is another chapter of the soap opera we have yet to see. but the fact that channel 3's license is up for grabs and there is an investigation going on whether their license should be renewed, maybe they got cold feet. they are saying they practiced self censorship. violence? there is a lot of violence on soap operas. now the government is saying, if that is the reason,
to the f.b.i. websites. this is all about guns. people say more guns, reason for violent crime is guns. look at the number. from the f.b.i. website, between 1992-2011, 20 years of data, murders and violent crimes have gone down by 49% each. 15 years of those, 1994, 192 million fire arms and 2,009,310,000,000 fire arms. doubling the fire arms. number of firearms went up and violent crime and murders went down. you have can't say guns cause violent crime. >> bob: so the it's more guns, less crime, not good police work? >> dana: or the opposite is not true. mine is also important. chief of staff jac jack lew was nominated as the secretary of treasury. a let of question about his signature. this is a grown man. this is his signature, doesn't resemble anything. president obama had a great joke about it today. bob and i were talking today, i realize bob was eating his lunch where the signature came from. checkbe this out. this is what bob eats for lunch. >> kimberly: that is why we have healthy snacks. okay. now we have a cute video here. if bill maher pays up. >> we have a new rule that sup
to bring the fbi headquarter to northern virginia. local, set and congressional leaders met in arlington to brainstorm ideas that will convince the feds to relocate somewhere in the commonwealth. they are pushing hard for a site in fairfax county. meanwhile, in maryland, prince george's county and montgomery county are both in the running as well. >>> senator tim kaine is also among those pushing to bring the fbi headquarters to virginia. the former virginia governor was sworn in last week. senator kaine, he is going to join us live here in studio at 7:30 this morning to talk mother about his plans as he settles into his new job on capitol hill. >>> time now for the morning line as robert griffin iii continues to recover. the nfl players association may launch an investigation into the handling of his injury. if they go forward, independent doctors will be brought in to see if the redskins followed the recommendations of their medical staff and in the nfl playoffs, two of the greatest players face off this weekend, ray lewis and peyton manning. denver is riding on an 11-game winning stre
interested in what we were doing, and so the assistant director of the fbi for counter- terrorism came to west point and said the fbi could benefit from this kind of education as well. and so they asked west point to go and expand our education for cadets to what we now call practitioner education. we send people from west point and combating terrorism center down to quantico, virginia, to the fbi academy, and they teach each new agent and new analyst instruction on terrorism to reinforce the kinds of things that are taught at the fbi academy. to come here and be informed about what we are doing to counter terrorism and where that is going. i'll tell you a little bit about that. i do want to state for all of you and especially for c-span these are my personal academic opinions and not the position of the united states government so they have that disclaimer out there. although, as you'll hear as i'm talking about it, i think it should be the position of the united states government. >> we know of osama bin lot and hiding and others hiding in various areas and in other places until the
, but to strengthen things like databases the fbi uses for background checks or getting states to share more information from criminal and mental health databases or even prosecuting felons who try to buy guns illegally or people who lie on background checks. would you support any of those moves? >> you have to look at each one one by one. a number of them, for example, the mental health issues, for example, i strongly favor, looking at those actions. if they're within the law and it's an appropriate executive order, i think the president has every right to do it. if it's not in current law, he can't do it by executive order and the congress would have to, i think, block him if he attempted to do it by executive order. it depends on exactly what they come up with. what i really encourage is that the vice president before he rushed around doing new things, go to chicago. chicago has very strict gun laws. it is also the deadliest city in america, over 500 people were killed in chicago last year. and i think the vice president ought to ask the question himself, why is it that all of these laws
resistance he agreed to an fbi interrogation. no comment from the fbi on the substance of that. his lawyers say he was in libya at the time but he was on a construction job. sources say while he is freed he has to remain in the tunisian capital, tunis, he is still charged with suspected involvement after terror organization, joon. jon: he is the only suspect arrested where does that leave the u.s. in this >> reporter: the fbi confirmed to me they have an ongoing investigation and they have agents on the ground in lib a they can't say much more than that. by all accounts this probe is not much more advanced since we were in benghazi in october. one report says it is totally stalled. another says no one has been charged and that all suspects remain on the loose. the problem it appears very little cooperation on the ground in libya. we saw it in benghazi. security remains a big issue. militias are still strong. they are doing attacking of people that should be doing the investigating. so you see the problems. one suspect was questioned in december in cairo with possible links, both to the atta
interviewed. there were clues in the fbi. the fbi did not talk to the cia. we came up with a model that fixed the pentagon. the pentagon used to have the services staffing and fighting separate wars. they would equip themselves separately. we decided to do what the military did. a joint command was created. he can come from any military service. they now trained and equipped to gather. -- togetherthe dni is the joint commander across 16 intel agencies. he leverage is their strength to produce intel products. that is the backbone of how we get intelligence to policy makers and that has dramatically improved. on the fusion centers, that is a different thing. those are local centers that have gone up to serve local law enforcement. they pull together national intelligence streams that they get from the homeland security department or the fbi with streams of local intelligence and a share it. the homelands department has tried to insist on privacy in these agencies and provide some financial support. this is a work in progress. some of them worked very well. one in los angeles works very well. ot
also created the department of home and security, and the national security elements of the fbi were merged into its national security branch. these efforts were born of the need to institutionalize and facilitate information sharing and to bridge a gap that existed between our intelligence and law-enforcement capabilities. on the heels of all of this change, it also became evident that and other service was in high demand, it is what the wmd commission called "thoughtful and constructive legal guidance." following recommendations from that commission and others, the national security division was created within the department of justice to make sure we have a unity of purpose among the intelligence community and law enforcement and prosecutors. functions division's reflect the removal of legal and cultural barriers. nsd has brought them under one roof and is in closer alignment with those of the fbi and the rest of the national security community. nsd's lawyers worked as terrorism prosecutors alongside their colleagues in the u.s. attorney offices around the country and they work as
that in many this movie. there was an f.b.i. agent who walked out and said "i won't have anything to do with this, it's illegal, it's wrong, it's what our enemies do." there's not a character in this movie who raises the question about whether torture is right or wrong let alone whether it works. >> brown: let me ask you very briefly in our last 30 seconds. your fear here is that this portrayal will impact public understanding and possibly policy? >> i think pop culture is incredibly powerful. i think the t.v. show "24" if you look at the numbers changed public opinion and made people much more comfortable with torture. >> brown: mark, do you think this will affect public policy and perception? >> i think it will affect the way people remember this story. i personally didn't take away, as jane has, a strong mess on the subject of torture one way or the other. i did, for instance, from the show "24" which is clearly pro-torture, not from this, though. >> brown: mark bowden and jane mayer, thank you very much. >> thank you. >> brown: we have an extended interview with director catherine b
of -- group of federal and state7 officials with the fbi, homeland security and secret service and agents who fight tears and. they have pretty well figured out a qaeda domestically in terms of violence and it's pretty unlikely with the exception of small bombing that anything large would have been. but to say they don't have a handle on the infiltration going on by al qaeda through domestic intelligence agencies and the defense department so on. what they tell me as al qaeda has pretty well figured out, and the other islamist terrorist, they can't be the west by blowing us up but they will have two use use the taxes that the soviets use against us in 1930s and 40s. in fact as you go on the msha and i would challenge you that, google with the left said about challenges to the infiltration of islamic terrorism into america. what what you find his is ridiculed. you will recall when several members of congress raised the issue of hillary clinton's top aides mullah of the dean having islamic connections and that in fact told me that you cannot even get the question of infiltration by islamic7 te
all fbi agents are comfortable that the right hand gun with the right training is say formidable way to protect yourself. >> i appreciate your time. thank you. >> quick perspective and national archives, president obama issued 144 in his first four years in average. about average compared with other modern presidents. dwight eisenhower issued 275 in his first four years alone. as for the situation, 360 has been following this for years. we have an update. >> last year the chicago police department confiscated more than 7400 guns, more than five times per capita than in new york. chicago's gun laws are as strict as any in the country in fact you can't buy a hand gun in the city. where do they come from? many come from places like this gun shop in a nearby town. this is chuck's gun shop in neighboring river dale which is frequently the target of protests because of the amount of guns they sold that were used in crimes. . >> the owner of chucks declined our interview request. many of the guns from chuck's and other stores that end up on the streets are so-called straw purchases bought l
-- we don't track gun sales in america. we just track the fbi background checks, kind of a proxy for what sales are. walmart also wanting it to be known that after they decided to meet with the vice president's task force, they didn't meet with the vice president. instead, eric holder, who you see on the screen there, and after their change of calendar to meet with the vice president, the vice president didn't actually meet with them. it was eric holder, and walmart wanting to get on the record that they were not pleased about that change. we gave them such a kind of hard time. >> hard time? >> about not coming to the meetings and they met with the attorney general. seventh in line, and the vice president first in line. i guess it's a pecking order. >> it's not like he's an intern. >> quite frankly, some say the reason the retailers were working with the attorney general, legal issues, background checks, restrictions on ammo, waiting periods, the like. that drama continues. a gun violence group planning next week a big protest at a walmart in connecticut. they would like walmart
and criminal investigators, more than any other ig, more than any other fbi but it's not just her size in our mandate or unique authorities that is important. it's how we and how i view our mission and how are agency views our mission. when i joined sigar, i made it clear on the first day i got there that you should view this as a mission calm, not as a job. if you view this as a job, if you view it as a place to retire and play, you should leave because i only want people and it's a term i use, with fire in the valley because belly because we have a limited amount of time to do good in reconstruction in afghanistan. i abuse that fire in the belly speech so much that my chief of staff has coined a new term called 50 fire in the belly. aphis be memos and you know something, it worked. i am proud of my 200 agent auditors and investigators because they all have that ire in the belly. they could work elsewhere elsewhere. they are working in conditions as bad as our military is in afghanistan but many of them are housed in the same facility. there are men and women, but they take that mission beca
the fiscal and political price. so i think in a weird way it would actually be great if we had fbi agents in santa clara breaking down the doors of gravely-ill pot smokers. that'll tell people more about the federal government than 15 papers from the cato institute. [laughter] one last point about this and then i'll end. you see the force of the anti-commandeering rule in something that jonathan mentioned at the outset, and that is the affordable care act. this seems far removed, but it really isn't. if you look at the affordable care act, there's, by the way, same preoccupation among conservatives and libertarians with thebredth of the federal government's power. how far does the commerce power go. but the man tate that was at issue -- mandate that was at issue in that case, in the nfib case, that's not the engine that drives the affordable care act. the engine that drives that act is the exchanges, the state exchanges, which weren't even at issue in that case but will be, i i hope. here's the way this works. initially, the administration and congress wanted to congressman dealer states
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